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Required Readings: Bill Nye won the debate against Ken Ham, or did he? Adjuncts’ working conditions improve – Required Readings

Good morning everyone! Enjoy your Sunday, hope it’s not too cold for you, but just so you know, I’m basking in tropical sunlight!

Bill Nye Ken Ham Debate In Depth Recap Synopsis and Who Won – but do creationists actually think Bill Nye won?

Clash over worldviews – I doubt creationists actually were convinced, not many at least. I just hope it made at least some of them think, or even doubt.

Pat Robertson implores creationist Ken Ham to shut up: ‘Let’s not make a joke of ourselves’ – but at least some of them admit the arguments (for this particular kind of creationism) are dumb.

Why There Is No E in the A-F Grading Scale – but more importantly, shouldn’t these grades at least be standardized throughout the country? (thanks to Jennifer for the article)

Rutgers Full-Time Adjuncts Win Long-Term Contracts – it does say this doesn’t apply to those teaching part-time, but it’s still a victory (thanks to Dan).

Colorado Lawmakers Take Up Sweeping Overhaul of Adjunct Working Conditions – and there seems to be victories all around, I hope this becomes a reality in other states as well (thanks to Dan).

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Mauricio Gago

Mauricio Gago

Mauricio Gago teaches chemistry at the University of Costa Rica. He is interested in the comprehension of science and how it helps you identify what's pseudoscience (or not science at all) and what actually lets us understand our world.

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